Originally Posted by drawmonster
You may want to do some reading before you run your mouth. You've got a Dothan, so of course your gonna defend it. Not going to waste my time on you.
You might want to take your own advice. You're the one spouting misinformation about the Pentium M in general. I'd suggest you do some reading up.
I'm not a blind fanboy. I looked at A64, but the Centrino platform meets my needs better.
I have a BS in computer science and I've studied OS and processor architecture. I've also been engaged in a lot of debate on 64 bit processing around here. If you do some studying, you'd understand how the architecture and OS work, then you might understand WHY I'm skeptical about 64 bit processing from ANYONE and the need for it right now. It'll be needed in the future for sure, but not right now. Personally, I think if we're going to make a real transition to 64 bit, a solid change along the lines of Itanium would be more beneficial than an x86-64 kludge.
Of course, since you're probably a blind AMD fanboy (as I can gather by your posts), that's probably going to be wasted on you.
If you have points, make them. I welcome debate and will gladly discuss them. If all you're going to post is opinion, it's not worth my time.